Robinson Nature Center Wins CMAA Award
June 12, 2012
The Baltimore Chapter of the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) honored the Robinson Nature Center with a Project Achievement Award for projects with a constructed value of less than $30 million. KCI accepted the plaque at the organization's awards lunch on June 8 in Ellicott City, Md.
Earlier this year, the $10.9 million, 23,000-square-foot Robinson Nature Center was awarded the USGBC’s highest level of certification, LEED Platinum. KCI provided construction management and inspection services as well as monitoring of LEED compliance for the premier Howard County facility, which features a host of green technologies, including geothermal heating and cooling system, solar panels and a vegetated green roof. The project has earned numerous accolades, including awards from the U.S. Green Building Council Maryland Section, ENR New York, Associated General Contractors, American Society of Concrete Contractors and the Maryland Recreation and Parks Association.
KCI is an engineering, consulting and construction firm serving clients throughout the U.S. and beyond. With revenues of approximately $146 million in 2012, KCI is ranked 81 on the Engineering News-Record's list of the top 500 engineering firms in the country. Roughly 1,000 KCI employee owners provide environmental, transportation, telecommunications, construction, facilities, and land development services from more than 20 locations. For more information, visit www.kci.com.
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